DJSUB's Total Hardware Class Domination - Core i3 3210 With 20 Golden Cups

Just a couple minutes ago, I came across this little gem category. DJSUB from Philippines completely dominates the Core i3 3210 overclocking records with no less than 20x gold. That's about 6 and a half times better than Usain Bolt. Awesome!

Check out the domination on the Core i3 3210 hardware page!


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Belgium Massman says:

Awesome!

Belgium leeghoofd says:

dedication and devotion with capital D

United States Crabby says:

Not bad at all!

Germany Don_Dan says:

PCM05 isn't owned by DJSUB... Sorry!! Great achievement nonetheless!

Philippines DJSUB says:

my submission has been deleted :( i already posted the benchmark results details for confirmation

United States Bobnova says:

Pretty cool, though there are only 3 people that did most of the benches, and only he overclocked. Now if he can keep all the titles for another month, now that a target has been painted on his back, that'll be very impressive :D

K404 says:

Don't see clean sweeps like that very often, pretty cool to see :D I hear someone is working on a "few" more though ;)

Norway knopflerbruce says:

K404 said: Don't see clean sweeps like that very often, pretty cool to see :D

I hear someone is working on a "few" more though ;)


XTU won't work on AMD:mad:

This will all be forgotten by the time I start buying these chips :p

Impressive, nonetheless - I wonder how many "cleen sweeps" there are.

K404 says:

knopflerbruce said: XTU won't work on AMD:mad:


Funny, that :p

Philippines DJSUB says:

after benching the gtx 780 with R4E, i will try another shot to pcmark05 with core i3 3210 & this time i'll include the text file :D tnx :)

Russian Federation Antinomy says:

knopflerbruce said: Impressive, nonetheless - I wonder how many "cleen sweeps" there are.

There are some more, that's for sure :D

Belgium Massman says:

knopflerbruce said: XTU won't work on AMD:mad:

This will all be forgotten by the time I start buying these chips :p

Impressive, nonetheless - I wonder how many "cleen sweeps" there are.


I tried looking them up, it's not so easy to count them based on just database information. The main issue is to determine a clean sheet. Is is "only one person on the top score table", or do you need to run all the benchmarks and be number one. Just an example:

http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/athlon_64_5800_x2_brisbane/

You have all the records here, but not in all benchmarks. Is this a "clean sheet" ?

I've done a quick database query based on the concept of "only one person on the record table". Also differentiating different core counts (unlocking or multi-socket). This gives me

- 894 CPU clean sheets
- 423 GPU clean sheets

Most CPU Clean Sheets

160	knopflerbruce
45 MrPaco
28 dhenzjhen
17 Veld
16 Barisan
16 Christian Ney
14 Antinomy
14 PowerToTheUsers
10 Dead Things
10 coolaler


Highest Rated Clean Sheets (by hw pts)

40.0	Pentium 2 400Mhz	Veld
28.8 Pentium 2 Celeron 466Mhz s370 Moonman
27.4 Core 2 E6320 (1.86Ghz) jabski
25.0 Pentium 2 333Mhz Veld
24.0 Pentium G2120 stivut 17
24.0 Core i7 4700MQ xandelly
22.4 Pentium 2 266Mhz Veld
22.0 Opteron 244 130nm MrPaco
22.0 Opteron 150 130nm MrPaco
22.0 Opteron 250 90nm MrPaco


Most GPU Clean Sheets

29	Christian Ney
20 havli
13 Matti OC
9 shivabel
9 T0lsty
8 alibabar
8 Freakezoit
7 K404
7 poparamiro
6 DrSwizz


Highest Rated Clean Sheets (by hw pts)

56.4	GeForce 7300 GT DDR3 x1	TaPaKaH
55.0 GeForce 7800 GTX 256MB x2 DopeLex
37.4 GeForce 7600 GT PCIE GDDR3 x2 kintaro
36.4 GeForce 6800 GS (NV42) 256 Mb x1 Freakezoit
30.4 Radeon HD 4770 x2 poparamiro
25.4 Radeon HD 2600 Pro GDDR3 x1 wesjuhdabomb
24.6 Radeon X700 x1 D'n'B
22.6 Radeon X800 Pro x1 isulk
21.2 Radeon X1050 128bit x1 Foxtrot
20.2 Radeon HD 4890 x4 riska


(for future reference)

SELECT cpu_model.model, effective_cores, user.name, COUNT(application_id), COUNT(DISTINCT user_id) FROM result
JOIN application USING (application_id)
JOIN cpu_model USING (cpu_id)
JOIN USER USING (user_id)
WHERE (application.ranking="CPU" AND result.hw_rank=1 AND result.best_hardware_submission="Y")
GROUP BY cpu_id, effective_cores
HAVING COUNT(DISTINCT user_id)=1
ORDER BY cpu_model.model DESC;

SELECT gpu_model.model, "(",effective_cores,")", user.name, COUNT(application_id), COUNT(DISTINCT user_id) FROM result
JOIN application USING (application_id)
JOIN gpu_model USING (gpu_id)
JOIN USER USING (user_id)
WHERE (application.ranking="GPU" AND result.hw_rank=1 AND result.best_hardware_submission="Y" AND status_id<10)
GROUP BY gpu_id, result.effective_cores
HAVING COUNT(DISTINCT user_id)=1
ORDER BY gpu_model.model DESC;

Russian Federation Antinomy says:

Very nice data, PJ! I'd like to see such analytics in the future from time to time, JFF. I assume, you've counted all benchmarks, not only the ones worth points? Paco is a perfectionist in this case, no wonder he's higher.

Belgium Massman says:

Maybe in the future we can include those on the site. It's not always easy to find a place for the statistics junkies :D. I didn't put a restriction on the amount of benchmarks. Meaning, if you're the only person to have submit a result with a specific CPU, and only submitted one benchmark result, it's still counted as a Clean Sheet. Perhaps I could add an additional parameter to only look at benchmarks with points. In any case, if we use the restriction that all benchmarks must be included, no AMD CPU would ever have a clean sheet (XTU).

Russian Federation Antinomy says:

Well, I'd say that the community is a bit bigger than the OC Pro league ;) Next revision will bring more on this but maybe you'll have time to fit stuff like that. And I know the best place - the Hardware Masters section, it's were junkies live in :D There shouldn't be a rule "all benchmarks" as older CPUs won't ever get everything - except the XTU that works only on several CPUs, we have Cinebench/PCMark-V (SSE2), PCMark 05 (SSE), PCMark04 (MMX). For example, Pentium 1 (P54C) can't run any of PCMarks and Cinebench. P2 can go PCM04, P3 - PCM05 and only Pentium 4 is capable of running all of these. So "only those that achieve points" is reasonable, but "every benchmark should be run" is not. IMHO :)

Belgium Massman says:

Speaking of the next revision, the hope is that it would actually give more room for the junkies and statistics. More on all that later, though. If we include this type of statistics on the main site, I would define the Clean Sheet as in the previous post. That means: divided by #cores, including all benchmarks, and not required to have run them all. Essentially, you have a clean sheet if you are the only one on the scoreboard of the hardware page (eg: http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/core_i5_3470/). Doesn't matter how many benchmark you ran. Question: what about including all benchmarks in the clean sheet? Not just CPU BMs for CPUs, but also GPU benchmarks. So, in order to have a clean sheet, you need all the gpu records for your CPU too. Or is that too complicated? Or should we call that the "Ultimate Clean Sheet" :D

Russian Federation Antinomy says:

That means: divided by #cores, including all benchmarks, and not required to have run them all.
including all or including all benchmarks with points? I hit all tests with points, but someone runs Winrar and I fail to achieve a clean sheet. Or even better - I hit a P4 category in all benchmarks but fail to achieve a clean sheet because of a Sisoft Sandra submission that's 6 years old :D I've seen them in the database recently. And I even can't beat it cause I can't upload one. As for GPUs that's a bad idea - there's usually a dominant CPU for each iGPU class making it impossible to hit clean sheets for all his little brothers. Say, you're unlikely to get a clean sheet for i3 2125 in this case (if GPU counts too) because you won't be able to beat 2500K/2600K. And most CPUs don't have iGPU. So it's too complicated. I do have some ideas for Ultimate Clean Sheet. Like CPU family, CPU socket, CPU architecture, CPU vendor achievements related to clean sheets. Like AMD clean sheet (and K8 clean sheet) for Bruce having most AMD clean sheets of all.

Philippines DJSUB says:

now i have it all again :) pcmark05 with text file :D

thanks! :)

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